Dividends4Life: 4 Deep-Value Dividend Stocks Yielding Up To 11.8%

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A few stocks have contributed to the market’s losses more than others, however, and these four stocks in particular have been clobbered to a point where their yields are fat and their P/Es are slim. Indeed, each of these stocks yields between roughly 7% and 12%, but they all trade at less than 10 times next year’s estimates! Are these four wild bargains, or “cheap for a reason”? Let’s dive into our analysis.

“Are newspapers dead?” That’s the question most people would say you need to answer to determine whether USA Today parent Gannett (GCI) is worth a buy, but the answer is not so simple. GameStop (GME) is an infuriating stock that so often seems ready for some sort of bounce – even if not a meaningful one, a significant dead-cat bounce that maybe swing traders can juice. It’s right there, front and center, on Pitney Bowes’ (PBI) website: “Mailing and shipping solutions, with confidence built right in.” At first glance, it’s easy to lump in Compass Diversified Holdings (CODI) with business development companies.

Source: Investing.com

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